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This presentation will discuss the basics of pavement markings, types of materials, design considerations, installation best practices, expected life of markings, maintenance of markings and future needs.

Many communities in the U.S. were not designed for pedestrian and bicycle travel. However, today, walkability and bikeability are important for active transportation and are indicators of a livable community. Accommodating pedestrians and bicyclists must be done safely. Each year, over 5,000 pedestrians...

Pipe jacking and tunneling demands are ever increasing as transportation agencies seek methods to reduce traffic disturbances and improve roadway quality. Failing conduits, the need for additional capacity, and critical or sensitive system expansions all mean more footage of conduit installation without...

When a vehicle leaves the travel lane or the roadway, the results can be deadly. More than half the annual fatal crashes in the U.S. relate to roadway departures. Roadway departure crashes are the leading cause of traffic deaths in many states. This workshop provides an overview of safety treatments...

Corrosion is the leading cause of concrete deterioration and repair. Corrosion mitigation can extend the service life of repairs and is key to bridge preservation. Understanding corrosion mechanics and kinetics allows bridge engineers, materials engineers, planners and maintenance personnel to develop...

The primary objective of this roundtable is to allow the states to share with one another their practices and procedures for snow and ice control. Each state will be given 45 minutes to present the following information. There will be 15 minutes of Q & A after each presenter to facilitate more in-depth...

Since roadway safety is a primary concern, the Minnesota Local Road Research Board has developed a workshop on "Rural Road Safety through Maintenance Operations" that provides education to maintenance staff on how they can make our roads safer. Maintenance forces are in the best position to be the “eyes...

Seal Coat Workshop (video conf)

This workshop will provide attendees with an overview of current best practices for seal coat operations including how to design and inspect a seal coat operation. Topics covered: What a chip seal is When to apply a chip seal Project selection Materials specifications - why we design chip seals Aggregates...

Seal Coat Workshop (video conf)

This workshop will provide attendees with an overview of current best practices for seal coat operations, including how to design and inspect a seal coat operation. Topics Covered: What a chip seal is Project selectionMaterials specifications - Why we design chip sealsAggregates: more than just stoneBinder...

Operators and shop personnel are all responsible for their trucks and equipment. Premature failures, high operating costs, downtime, and unsafe equipment are all items we try to avoid. When we understand the basic principles of our fuel, lubrication, cooling, air induction, and hydraulic systems we can...

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